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DROMANA. IN MEMORIAM. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 April 1912
DROMANA. IN MEMORIAM. There was a large congregation at the Presbyterian Church last Sunday evening, when an In Memoriam service in connection with the late Miss Shaw, was con ducted by the Rev. W. Bennett, who chose as his text Revelations VII. At the conclusion of his sermon, which dealt with Heaven, its loca tion, the occupation of its inhabi tants and the journey thither, Mr Bennett said that though he had not known Miss Shaw long, he always admired her for her cheer fulness; her cheery, happy face radiated brightness wherever she went, and this happy manner re mained with her even when she was suffering greatly. Then again a distinguishing trait of Miss Shaw's character was her love of the church, In past years she had been one of their best workers, and was always ready, and willing to do anything to forward the church and its work. Finally, Mr Ben nett went on to speak of Miss Shaw's resignation-a resignation arising from her trust in God, her knowledge that death was but a t...
Tennis. FRANKSTON v MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 April 1912
Tennis. FRANKSTON v MORNINGTON. About the best contested game between the above clubs took place on the Frankston courts on Saturday last, and 'resulted in a win for Frankston gentlemen by 7 games.. Scores: Barrett and Hudson beat Rey holds and Kitchen-6-3,' 6-4. Grover and Ferber beat Robert son and Utber --6-1. Robertson and Utber beat Grover and Ferber-6"5, 6-4. Grover and Ferber beat Reynolds and Maxwell-6-4, 6-4. Robertson and Utber beat Barrett and Hudson-6-1, 6-3. Totals : Franketon 45 games; Mornington 38 ,
Somerville Football Club. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 April 1912
Somerville Football Club. The annual meeting of the Somerville football club was held on March 27th, Mr A. Unthank occupying the chair. Cr C. Mur ray was elected President, and Messrs S. S. Gault, G. Keast and Cr Griffeth vice-presidents; pat rons, Dr Griffith, Cr Cole, Messrs T. Thornell, J. Bennett, C. E. Gomm, G. Grant, J. Taylor, Croft Bros, A. Twyford, J. Sagb, J. Un thank, C. Gray, J. W. Fraser, P. J. Kitz, J. Hutchinson, W. Murray, W. Frayne, A. Unthank, D. Puckle and J. Murray; general committee, C. Griffeth, G. Webb, Hi Firth, J. Webb, C Eicke, T. White and W. Monk; W. Monk was re-elected secretary and treasurer.; match committee, K. Webb, W. Monk and H. Firth; captain, H. Firth; vice-captain, C. Eicke. The bal ance sheet was adopted, shewing a balance from 1910 of £4 17s 6d; 49 members for 1911, £6 2s 6d; donations £8 7s 6d; collections on the ground £4 12s 5d; total £24 is lid; expenditure £20 18s 6d; balanes in hand £8 3u.5d.
Easter Railway Service. EXTRA TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 April 1912
Easter Railway Service. EXTRA TRAINS. Mordialloc and Frankston line. -On 8th April extra trains will leave Flinders street for Frankston at 7.57, .8.25j,.20, 10.15, 10,30, 10.50, 11.30 a.m., and 12,20, 1.8, 4:45, 5 55 and 6 20 p.m., and return at 10.15, 10.52 and 11.50 a.m., and 12.59, 3.8, 6.30, 7.5 and 7.30 p.m. On the same date extra trains will leave Flinders-street for Carrum at 9.40 a.m. and 11.58 a.m., and return at 10.56 a.m. and 1.36 p.m. Extra trains, in addition to Carrum anrd Frankston trains, will leave Flinders-street for Mordialloc at abort interval,. For particulars, see posters at stations. Mornington and Stony point lines-On Thursday, 4th April, a special train will leave Flinders-street for Stony Point at 4.25 p.m..running express to Caulfield, and stopping at all stations thence, con necting with coaches at Bittern for I Flinders, and with steamer at Stony Point for Cows and San Remo. This train will return from Stony- Point at 7.20 p.m. same date. Special note.-...
Tyabb Show. PRONOUNCED SUCCESS. FINE DISPLAY OF FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 April 1912
Tyabb Show. PRONOUNCED SUCCESS. d FINE DISPLAY OF FRUIT. d The second annual show of the T Tyabb and Hastings Fruitgrowers' Association, which was held oarFriday and Saturday of last week, was in every way highly successful The weather was favorable, the entries ( were numerous and choice, and there was a large attendance. Though the initial show last year was a gratifying a success, there were many little things a which the committee saw could be - improved upon for their next gather- a I ing. Accordingly, this year there was a more room provided for the exhibits, v which allowed increased space to a promenade and Inspect the entries. I Another big improvement was in the I manner in whclh the case and tray fruits C i were staged down the centre of the main marquee, allowing thorough in spection without unnecessary stoopin?! In fact, the way in which the exhibits were staged was one of the features of the show, and many complimentary remarks were heard. There -was a good attendance ...
LUNCHEON AT MORNINGTON. INTERESTING SPEECH BY THE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 April 1912
LUNCIIEON AT 3MORINGTON. INTERESTING SPEECH BY THE GOVERNOR. his Excellency was subsequently entertained at luncheon by the Pres:dent and councillors at Kirk patrick's Hotel, where a splendid m.nl was provided by Mrs A. Murphy. The toast of the King was honored with cheers for His Majesty. _ ---.he P-td.P-tt. (Cr Barrett) in ) einonehe alth of the "State Governor." said that it afforded him great pleasure on behalf of the ratepayers of Mornington to wel come Sir John Fuller to the town. In times past part of the entertain ment of the Governor consisted in hunting kangeroos and Lord Brassy had donned the red coat to take part in the sport, but now they war.ted all the kangeroos to go home to play cricket. It had been his pleasure to meet His Excellency on a former occasion at the Muni cipal conference, and had been very much impressed by the ad vice given to the Assembly of Councillors. Sir John had occupied a seat on the London County Council, and later on had been a member of Parli...
Enthusiastic Welcome at Frankston. THE TOWN DECORATED. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 April 1912
Enthusiastic Welcome at Frankston. THE TOWN DECORATED. Leaving Mornington in the after noon, the Governor called at the Mount Eliza State school and briefly addressed the scholars, pro ceeding then to Frankston. Elabo rate arrangements had been made by the reception committee, and the township presented a very gay and festise appearance, flags flying from most of the business places, while strings of bunting and other. decorations abounoed everywhere. A better display has not been seen in Frankston. Across the main street (of which the town can now be proud instead of ashamed, thanks to the council) two long lines of bright flags floated in the breeze, while at the post-office end the Union Jack gaily flew above the large " Welcome" banner. Mr H. B. Hanton, who procured all the flags and supervised the erec tion of same, is to be congratulated on his energy and the enthusiasm Ihe showed in the work. The Governor's motor drew up at the post office'shortly before 3.30, and he was met ...
Market Reports. DANDENONG MARKET. TUESDAY, APRIL 2. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 April 1912
SMarket Reports. DANDENONG MARKET. TUESDAY, APRIL 2, Alex. Scott and Co report-A full supply of milkers and springers. yarded. The demand for best quality cows was very keen, whi:e inferior sorts weore about equal to late rates. Some of the principal lots disposed of were-Milkers: 1 at £14, 1 at £11 15s, 1 at £10 17s Gd. 6 to £9 12s Gd, one at £9, 1 at £8 7s 6d, 4 to £S 15s 6d, 8 to £9, 2 to £10 2s Gd, 5 to £8 7s 6d, 3 to £8. 4 to £12. Springers: 2 to £7, 2 to £6 is, 5 to £6 12s 6d. 4 to £5 7s 6d. Store Cattle: About the usual yarding, and no alteration in prices.. Pigs: A large supply of all sorts panned, and competition for prime bacon and pork was keen; stores a shade firmer and suckers almost un saleable. Bacon, prime heavy 49s to. 53s, medium 45s to 47s, light 40s to 43s; pork, heavy 26s to 27s 6d, medium to 24s Gd, light to 22s, stores to lls, slips to 8s, beat suckers to 58, inferior' from Is 6d. Calves: Full yarding and prices easier, heavy prime 30s to 89s,|medium 29s to" 2...
OUR LETTER BOX. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents). SUNDAY EVENING CONCERTS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 April 1912
OUR LETTER BOX. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by corres pondents). SUNDAY EVENING CONCERTS, TO TIlE EDITOR. Sir,-Would you kindly allow me spice in your vwluable columns re Suinday evening conceits. I read in. your last week's issue a protest from the vestry of Sr. Paul's Church, Frankston, and was given to under stand Iry thle hon. secretary of the above that it was directly against the entertainment to be given on Easter Sunday by the Frankston Orchestral Society. Why protest 7 Where is. the difference between an Entertain ment that is kept as sacred as possible, and a Church Service thrat is made as entertaining as" possible7 Notwith standing the fact that the society has been fair in holding the entertainment after the church services are over, the vestry has done all in its power to damp and stop the sacred service, namely, b sendin-a ..ptLesa Mechanics Hall committee, and usin??g' wvhat influence they had to keep per sons from assisting....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 6 April 1912
GO DISEASED TEETH POISON THE BODY? What a Dentist States. Do you suffer with sharp, shooting pains in jaw, bead and cheekbone ? Are you aisted with a sore throat, pains in the eye and ear Or have you an offensive breath and nasty taste in your mouth from discharging gums and bursting gum boils ? How is it possible to chew your food properly if, when you tegin to eat, yourteeth nerves ache? Will you keep such diease in your mouth ? Or is it better to rid yourself of such broken-down and sharp-edgep teeth, which cut the tongue and chance a cancer starting ? All diseaes begin in a small way. A small cat os the tongue often causes its loss. Are you afraid of the extraction, or are you rervous and timid ? Have you been hurt before by a so-called painless den tist? Will you call upon me for a free consul tation, or will you still rcffer the miseries of toothache, with sleepless nights, when I am to quickly and positively painlessly (with my modern smethods) extract the most diScult and br...